No Condemnation

by Ken Green Text: Romans 8:1-4 The major theme the apostle is dealing with continues to be the results of justification by faith. This thesis was taken up in Romans 5:1, “Therefore having been justified by faith, we have…” The closing verses of chapters 5, 6, and 7 serve to underscore the direction of the…

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How can we be guilty of sin if Christ’s sacrifice is eternal?

Question: Jesus died for our sins on the cross. Jesus, being God and part of the Trinity, doesn’t look at time as us humans. Jesus is infinite and we are finite. So if Jesus died for our sins, he died for all our sins from the time we were born until the time that we…

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Why wasn’t Noah condemned for getting drunk?

Question: Why was Noah never condemned by God for becoming drunk and committing the sin of incest?  And God used him to build the ark. Answer: You’re mixing events. Noah was a righteous man (Genesis 7:1). He was saved when he obeyed God and built an ark. But it wasn’t until years later that he…

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Is a person condemned if others hate him?

Question: Is it really possible that a person is condemned to hell if people fight with him or still hate him after an incident that he is perhaps sorry about but has no courage to talk about it? He would think he has nothing against his past friends in his heart. I don’t think that…

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